We Need Your Help To Restore Children's Dreams
An abused child has lived a nightmare, their dreams shattered. You can be part of restoring their dreams to health by taking a stand against child abuse. Donate now or join our team to spread the word and raise funds!
Child abuse remains a dark and often silent threat to children in the United States where five children die every day from abuse or neglect. We at Childhelp provide communities and families with a wide range of advocacy, intervention, treatment, prevention and educational programs and services.
Learn More About What We Are Doing to Protect Children's Dreams Nationwide
National programs and services such as the Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline, Childhelp Speak Up Be Safe Programs, Government Affairs and Legislative advocacy work impact children nationwide.
The Flagstaff Chapter was established in 2006 to help support the Childhelp Mobile Advocacy Center that serves children in the surrounding area of Flagstaff. The Flagstaff Chapter is committed to making sure this sensitive, child-focused work is available in their communities.
The Indian Wells Chapter has grown since 2009, we fundraise to support our Childhelp “Speak Up Be Safe” educational prevention program in the Coachella Valley. Our Chapter’s vision is that of a future where every childhood is free of abuse and neglect.
The Inland Empire Chapter has been supporting Childhelp and its California programs since 1980. Dedicated to helping the children, these members work hard every year to raise funds for the children cared for by Childhelp in CA.
The Lake of the Woods Auxiliary was formed in 1996. Located just a few miles from the Alice C. Tyler Village, volunteer efforts are unique in that this chapter provides direct, personal support for the children residing at the Village.
The Greater Los Angeles Chapter of Childhelp is proud to be the original Childhelp volunteer fundraising engine. Los Angeles was the founding headquarters of Childhelp for more than three decades. As individuals, we become voices of the cause. As a group, lives are changed and conditions improve.
The Orange County Chapter has been supporting Childhelp and its programs in California since 1970. This long-standing chapter strives to improve the lives of the children treated in Childhelp programs by driving sweeping and successful advocacy and intervention efforts on behalf of abused children.
Since 2016, the OC Childhelp Wings chapter inspires young adults to join Childhelp in the prevention and treatment of child abuse. Orange County Wings raises funds to support each of the lifesaving programs and services of Childhelp. When it’s kids helping kids, there isn’t anything more inspirational!
The Phoenix Chapter has been supporting Childhelp and its programs since 1988. The members of this chapter work hard to raise awareness and funds for Childhelp’s prevention and awareness, intervention and advocacy programs in Arizona.
The Wings Chapter was originally created in 1982 and has expanded to include adults and children who bond together as families while building the value of serving others – specifically, children that are suffering from abuse and neglect. Wings helps to educate youth about issues surrounding child abuse and neglect.
Through the commitment of donors, sponsors, chapter members and volunteers, the Washington D.C. Metro Area Chapter of Childhelp is focused on raising awareness, providing prevention education to the community, and enriching the lives of victims at the Childhelp Alice C. Tyler Village.
Since 1998, the Childhelp Children’s Center of Arizona Dedicated to Linda Pope has served abused and neglected children ages 0-18 by providing immediate treatment, intervention, and investigation services in a child-friendly and child-centric environment.
Childhelp’s mission in California is centered around our work at the Childhelp Merv Griffin Village residential treatment facility in Beaumont. With our group homes, adoption agencies and a community resource center, Childhelp serves families and children across Southern California.
Since 1995, the fully accredited Childhelp Children’s Center of East Tennessee has served victims of child abuse and neglect through advocacy, treatment and investigation services. The center supports all services to treat and investigate abuse under one roof: medical personnel, law enforcement, child protection investigators and mental health professionals, reducing secondary trauma to the child and producing reliable evidence to support cases against perpetrators.
Childhelp’s mission in Virginia is centered around our work at the Alice C. Tyler Village in Lignum, VA, which has served survivors of abuse and neglect since its opening in 1993. Situated on 270 picturesque acres in Culpeper County, the village is a private, nonprofit, psychiatric residential treatment facility that serves children from across Virginia and West Virginia.
Other Ways to Give
If you don’t have a will, you can today for free, whether or not you choose to make a gift to Childhelp.
Make a Qualified Charitable Distribution
Individuals age 70½ and older can distribute up to $100,000 each year from their IRAs to Childhelp without counting the distribution as income.
Donating Stocks and Assets
For more information, contact Childhelp Chief Development Officer Michael Medoro with questions on donating stock or assets.
If you prefer to submit a donation via check, please mail to
Childhelp c/o the Dream a Dream Annual Fund,
6730 North Scottsdale Road, Suite 150, Scottsdale, Arizona, 85253
Annual Gift Officer
Chief Development Officer